Omor has expressed that they have personally witnessed several instances of unfairness and hardship faced by children around them. This has instilled in them a deep desire to take action and make a positive change. Omor has also faced difficulties themselves, such as being bullied or discriminated against, which has fueled their motivation to strive towards building a more equitable and just society for all children. They believe that they have a personal responsibility to speak up and advocate for the rights of children. Ultimately, Omor’s drive to become involved in the field of children’s rights comes from a multitude of experiences and emotions, including empathy, a strong desire to help others, and a determination to create a better world for all children.
Nominated by The Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social ChangeAll 2023 Children’s Peace Prize Nominees